Pc keeps rebooting it doesn't even enter windows.

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  1. Pckeepsreb

    Pckeepsreb Guest

    The pc enters right after the ability to force the CHOICE. If you keep pressing F8 you get a choice between SafeMode or normal, no matter which choice a I choose the screen goes blank and the system reboots. (it reboots about half a second after a choose).
    It looks like it got a bris or brisk trojan (NOD32) but I don't think that's it.
    What can I use to get into windows and to fix it.
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

    Dec 2, 2002
    Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
    The only way that I know of would be to slave that infected Hard Drive off a clean virus free and fully protected system. Then have the clean PC run a scan on the slaved drive.

    Hope this helps...

    Cheers :D
  3. Jimbob1989

    Jimbob1989 Registered Member

    Oct 18, 2004
    I believe you can now download an image. Which you burn to disk and boot from and it fixes your hard disk for you. Not sure of the details, I've just been trying to find the link. May be something to look into.

  4. Infinity

    Infinity Registered Member

    May 31, 2004
    I suggest you make a bootable linux cdrom from bartPE. I did it once and it works flawlessly, then you can let your system scan with mcafee/adaware/...with plugins, it uses the latest signatures.

    and after that you just leave the disc on some place just in case



    Tiny hexer small edition (hexeditor) by Markus Stephany.

    VNC Neighborhood by SysWorkSoft.

    Mac MakeUp BartPE plugin by Marcello Gorlani.

    BitTorrent PLUGIN by Knut Klo.

    Plugins created by others:
    NwDskPE: NetWare Client on BartPE (IP/IPX). Also Visual Basic 5 and 6 runtime support, Dos 16-bit support, F-Prot Antivirus, Remote Administrator by Erwin Veermans.

    My WinPe Stuff by Gianluigi Tiesi [Sherpya].

    Creating/building a Java plugin by Paul Mutton.

    VMware SCSI drivers, Adaptec ASPI, Wheel mouse, ERD2003, Ext2FS, IP scanner, PCITree by Cybervyk.

    Blue Box, ERD Commander 2002, Windows Scripting Host by Arjan van Beijnum.

    WSH Support, Restoration 2.5.14, Visual Basic, Map Network Drive, Run Dialog by Benjamin Cordingley.

    Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) calculator by Jon Fleming.

    Seki's plugins for PEBuilder by Sebastien Kirche.

    PEBuilder Plugins by Jeff Black.

    PE Builder Plugins by Henning Krause.

    Citrix ICA Client 7.0 by Kewlbananas.

    PE Builder Plug-ins by Ed Myers.

    K-Meleon-Mozilla Browser, PartitionMagic 8, WinPE Multiboot-CD, WinPE on Harddisk, Defrag with Vopt by Gerhard Broeske.

    PE Builder 3.0 plugins by n4tune8 by n4tune8.

    PE Builder FAQ, downloads and links by Markus Debus.

    The CD Forum -> PE Builder -> Plugins Repository by Forum members.

    Svenska's XpPe Boot CD - Plugins & More by Svenska Computing.

    PQDeploy+tools by Dave [of destruct.net].

    PE Builder Plugins (KLS for PE Builder (keyboard) and others) by Colin Finck.

    BartPE Plugins for IBM ServeRaid Adapters by Peter McGrath.

    Complete "ready to use" plugins made available by the original vendor (commercial):
    Data Recovery Software - File System Utilities by Runtime Software.

    iRecover - Bart PE Plugin Edition by DIY DataRecovery.

    Image for Windows plugin by TeraByte Unlimited.

    Other pages regarding PE Builder:
    Installing Bart-PE on MS RIS Server by Tom Speirs.

    PluginBuilder for Barts PE Builder by PapaTomTom Software.

    BartPE Plugin Depot by Oion.

    BartPE Plugin Repository by Thangaraj.

    Windows-Tools on CD-ROM by Dirk Loss.

    PluginCreator by royalbox by Royalbox.

    How to set up Barts PE by TweaksForGeeks.com.

    Reatogo's BartPE 500+ repository by Siegfried Benthin
  5. Infinity

    Infinity Registered Member

    May 31, 2004
    but off course this boot disc has to be made from a clean system, and Blackspear made a good alternative to do.

    maybe resetting your bios could help I don't know.
  6. mccarob

    mccarob Registered Member

    Nov 23, 2004
    I don't think that just removing the virus will fix your booting problem.

    However, once you get the virus cleaned off, I would do a repair install of windows.

    Good Luck!
  7. iceni60

    iceni60 ( ^o^)

    Jun 29, 2004
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